The Living Last Supper

One of Christianity's most significant events was brilliantly portrayed by Leonardo Da Vinci centuries ago – “The Last Supper.” This Renaissance masterpiece is brought...

Cardinal Cupich to host “Way of the Cross” March this Good...

Cardinal Blasé J. Cupich is calling parishioners, faith leaders of all denominations, school alumni, and community members to join him this Good Friday, April...

St. Sabina Gun Buy Back

On Saturday, April 1, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at St. Sabina, 78th and Throop, in conjunction with the City of Chicago,...

“Living and Working in a Political World”

Purdue University Northwest (PNW) is celebrating Women’s History Month the remainder of March with a variety of public events on its Westville and Hammond...

Black Women’s Expo debuts 23rd season of uplifting Black Women 

The Black Women’s Expo (BWe), one of Chicago’s most anticipated annual experiential events, celebrates its 23rd anniversary in Chicago April 7 - 9 at...

Congresswoman Kelly to Host Youth Job and Resource Fair

Congresswoman Robin Kelly will host a Youth Job and Resource Expo for young men and women between the ages of 15 and 24 on...

Studio Movie Grill Chatham celebrates Women’s History Month with Black World...

Films produced by and for African Americans around the globe can now be seen everyday at Studio Movie Grill Chatham’s Black World Cinema-dedicated year-round...

Aperion Care Tolleston Park is hosting a free event for the...

Aperion Care Tolleston Park will be hosting a Soul Food Luncheon on March 24th from noon to 2 p.m. Our staff will be presenting...